Gallery: Winners of 2019 Cambridge Camera Club exhibition revealed
The winners of the 2019 Cambridge Camera Club exhibition have been chosen.
The free exhibition at the Pitt Building in Trumpington Street in Cambridge - which ends at 5pm on Saturday (May 4) - features more than 250 prints and hundreds more on screen.
The show represents the best work of one of the country’s most prestigious camera clubs.
On Monday, sponsors and the mayor of Cambridge, Cllr Gerri Bird, selected the winners across a variety of categories, and presented them with their trophies.
The Cambridge Independent proudly supports the exhibition each year. We selected Fishermen at Sunrise, Inle Lake, Myanmar, by Shelagh Wooster as the winner of the Cambridge Independent Trophy for Best News, Documentary or Street Image.
Picture editor Keith Heppell said: “We were very impressed with the work on display.
“Shelagh’s photograph was wonderfully timed, well composed and capture a great moment."
The exhibition also features entrants into the club’s Young Photographers’ competition, the winners of which receive vouchers from John Lewis.
The Domino Trophy for Best in Show went to John Bulpitt for Going Up
The Campkins Trophy for Best Projected Digital Image went to Kevin Pigney for Harvest Hare
The Olympus Trophy for Best Wildlife Image went to Sarah Latham for Barn Owl in Flight
Flying High by Denise Hunt won the OIympus Trophy for Best Sports Image
The Samsung Trophy for Best Portrait went to Lynne Blount for Cigarettes and Whiskey
The mayor’s award went to Leopard and Impala by Sarah Kelman
The Scotsdales Shield for Best Flora or Fauna Image went to Richard Revels for Squirrel Coming Down Tree